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Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin says she relishes the national spotlight and won't rule out running for a spot on the 2012 Republican presidential ticket.
Sixty-one percent of people seeking U.S. election information online Tuesday went to CNN.com, the Internet firm Hitwise reported. The Cable News Network's Web site visits increased 146 percent Tuesday compared to Monday. MSNBC.com was the second most visited Web site, receiving 40 percent of U.S.
By Maria Puente The longest presidential campaign in the history of the universe finally staggered to an end Tuesday, so it's time to speculate about who or what might stick around, shaping our popular and political culture for years to come.
There were "Palin 2012" T-shirts for sale at the election-night rally in Wasilla, Sarah Palin's hometown, but the Alaska governor headed home Wednesday saying she wasn't ready to think of a national political future.
Nielsen Online, a service of The Nielsen Company, announced today that Web traffic to the Current Events and Global News category grew 27 percent on Election Day over the previous Tuesday. Page views and time per person for the category also increased, 103 percent and 61 percent, respectively.
Following is U.S. President George Bush's statement on the presidential election delivered Wednesday at the White House. Good morning. Last night, I had a warm conversation with President-elect Barack Obama. I congratulated him and Senator Biden on their impressive victory.
Members of virtual online communities inundated the Web last night with pictures and comments immediately following the announcement that Barack Obama had become the 44th President of the US.
U.S. President George Bush congratulated Barack Obama, saying Americans can be "proud of the history" made when Obama was elected the first black president.
By David Jackson and Kevin Johnson PHOENIX -- In the shadow of desert mountains, Republican John McCain warmly congratulated President-elect Barack Obama late Tuesday and urged the nation to rally around its new president.
By Susan Page WASHINGTON -- America's election of an African American as president wasn't the only breakthrough Tuesday night.
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